I just dropped off my daughter in Boston , 2000 miles away from home, to attend her first year at Berklee College of Music. 10 days later I’m telling her over FaceTime that I have CANCER.
In December of 2021, I
“There is much more to life than we could ever imagine. We have to trust that our tragedies have meaning and purpose in our lives—that they are meant to mold us into the best version of ourselves.” - Alexa Cucchiara,
In November of 2012, my life would forever change. In May of 2014, it would forever change again. I am one of the lucky ladies who had breast cancer twice before the age of 40. First one, estrogen positive, lumpectomy,
August 15, 2019 our lives changed. My 34 year old daughter got the call from the doctor with the diagnosis of stage 2 breast cancer and our lives quickly changed. Trying my hardest not to break down in her presence
September 25, 2018 will forever be a day that I will be thankful and reflect on how grateful I am for life.
My support circle runs deep and far reaching. I’ve met some amazing and powerful women who have experienced breast
I was in remission for 6 years after my first breast cancer in 2011 when in 2017 I had my first recurrence. The cancer came back in the original spot. In 2011 I elected to have a lumpectomy & radiation.
December 24th, 2012 is the day my life forever changed; the day that I found out I had breast cancer. Merry Christmas to me! I was 36 with no family history; to say my life had just been flipped upside
From Bombshell to Eggshell
I was diagnosed January 25, 2018 at first I went into panic mode, as I got the call while at work, my whole world came crushing down on me, if I didn’t have people close to me